meister, like Shoji, is a designer who consistently dresses plus-size stars.
Frulein Gaul tells a characteristic story about the "meister," as we call Liszt.
meister, meister, your beard is beginning to tremble already!
If the petition has already gone, I must see meister Gottlieb.
meister Peter had allowed some of them to store their property with him.
So in the meister, these women hover around the narrative, each embodying the spirit of the scene.
Yet his dramatic work dates back to 1872, when meister Olaf was composed.
In the second translation, "meister's Travels," two years later in date, I have changed little or nothing.
Mit deinem meister zu irren ist dein Gewinn—To err with thy master is thy gain.
Are you not a grandson of the old meister, who possessed that beautiful collection of pictures and statues?
Very active in, adept at, or in charge of what is indicated •These words have proliferated hugely since the 1960s, apparently on the model of schlockmeister: admeister/ attackmeister/ blurbmeister/ budgetmeister/ burgermeister/ coupmeister/ dealmeister/ frissonmeister/ hypemeister/ kinkmeister/ megadealmeister/ mudmeister/ mushmeister/ opinionmeister/ ordealmeister/ packmeister/ perkmeister/ processmeister/ quote-meisters/ rapmeister/ schlockmeister/ shuttlemeister/ sleazemeister/ spinmeister/ spookmeister/ symbolmeister/ talkmeister/ trashmeister/ yakmeister
[fr German, or fr Yiddish mayster, ''master''; what was probably a Yiddish word was given, as is the custom, a German spelling]